Frenship Schools to Remain Closed Through End of School Year

Today Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that all Texas schools will remain closed through the end of the school year due to COVID-19 as part of a new executive order. This means campuses will remain closed, but instruction through remote learning will continue through May 21 for Frenship ISD.

We know you will have questions about how closing schools through the end of the school year will impact students. We have outlined several sections below with more information.

  • Remote Learning: Frenship ISD will continue providing instruction through remote learning. Click here for more information.
  • Curbside Meals: Frenship ISD will continue to provide curbside meals at our six locations for all children 18 and younger. Click here for more information.  
  • Events: Frenship ISD’s end-of-year events are impacted by the closure of schools, including high school graduation, banquets and more. We are addressing those events on an individual basis and will communicate details about each one. Click here for more information.   
  • Picking up students’ personal belongings: Frenship ISD is currently working on a process to allow parents to pick up personal items their students left on campus. We will release more information on this soon.

We will continue to update our website, www.frenship.net, with resources and information. Frenship ISD will continue to support families in every way possible through this time. While we are saddened that we won’t get to see our students in person again this school year, we know this decision is best for the health and well-being of every student and family.

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